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rage

 [rāj]
a state of violent anger.
sham rage an outburst of motor activity resembling the outward manifestations of fear and anger, occurring in decorticated animals and in certain pathologic conditions in humans.

rage

(rāj),
Violent anger; a total discharge of the sympathetic portion of the autonomic nervous system.
[Fr., fr. L. rabies, violent anger, fr. rabo, to rave]

rage

(rāj) a state of violent anger.
sham rage  a state resembling rage occurring in decorticated animals or in certain pathologic conditions in humans.

rage

(rāj)
n.
a. Violent, explosive anger.
b. A fit of anger.

RAGE

Abbreviation for:
Radiotherapy Action Group Exposure 
Rating scale for Aggressive Behaviour in the Elderly 
receptor for advanced glycosylation end products

rage

A state of violent anger. See Black rage, 'Roid rage.

rage

1. a state of violent anger.
2. [Fr.] rabies.

sham rage
an outburst of motor activity resembling the outward manifestations of fear and anger, occurring in decorticated animals and in certain pathological conditions in humans.
rage syndrome
possibly a type of psychomotor seizure, of uncertain etiology; reported in Springer spaniels. Because of the unpredictable and dangerous nature of the episodes or rage, euthanasia is usually advised.

Patient discussion about rage

Q. Is there a connection between bipolar disorder and road rage? I know someone who may have a bipolar disorder, but he also has road rage. Is there a possible connection between bipolar disorder and road rage?

A. You're the best. I would gladly call her.

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References in classic literature ?
Others with vast TYPHOEAN rage more fell Rend up both Rocks and Hills, and ride the Air In whirlwind; Hell scarce holds the wilde uproar.
Korak's eyes went wide and then they closed to narrow slits of rage as he stood glaring down upon the abysmal brute at his feet.
Great was the excitement and hot was the rage of the men when they learned that the white devil had again entered their homes, frightened their women and stolen arrows and ornaments and food.
This creature was venting his insane rage upon a child which he repeatedly struck and bit, pausing only long enough to shriek at frequent intervals.
They were at too great a distance for the Europeans to know whether their facial expressions portrayed pity or rage, but be that as it may, none offered to interfere.
Then the young fellow's mother broke through and fell upon him in a tremendous rage, boxing his ears, pulling his hair, and shrieking like a demon.
This time it was Captain Duncan, in a rage at sight of his slain cat.
And then rage came to my relief--rage against the vile traitor who had deserted three of his fellow countrymen in so frightful a position.
Mr Partridge acted for some time on the defensive only; indeed he attempted only to guard his face with his hands; but as he found that his antagonist abated nothing of her rage, he thought he might, at least, endeavour to disarm her, or rather to confine her arms; in doing which her cap fell off in the struggle, and her hair being too short to reach her shoulders, erected itself on her head; her stays likewise, which were laced through one single hole at the bottom, burst open; and her breasts, which were much more redundant than her hair, hung down below her middle; her face was likewise marked with the blood of her husband: her teeth gnashed with rage; and fire, such as sparkles from a smith's forge, darted from her eyes.
He was crying with sheer rage and eagerness as he circled back and forth for a chance to spring in.
Our natural way of thinking about these coarser emotions, grief, fear, rage, love, is that the mental perception of some fact excites the mental affection called the emotion, and that this latter state of mind gives rise to the bodily expression.
I trembled with rage and horror, resolving to wait his approach and then close with him in mortal combat.